Teacher In-Service Workshops
Nonie’s Ark Animal Encounters works with Educators to provide teacher in-service credit workshops. The following national environmental education workshops can be brought to you at your school or sponsored by other facilities. To schedule a workshop please call Nonie Maines at (850) 862-9588 or to get on line updates send your E-Mail address to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Project Wet is an interdisciplinary water education program for teachers of grades K-12. It’s goal is to promote awareness, appreciation and stewardship of water resources. The Project Wet Guide provides more than 90 activities that correlate to SSS and are easily integrated into: Language Arts, Social Studies, History, Life Science, Physics & more.
Project Wild & Aquatic Wild are interdisciplinary conservation and environmental education programs focusing on wildlife. These programs are designed for educators of grades K-12. Project Wild capitalizes on the natural interest that we have in wildlife by providing hands-on activities that enhance student learning in ALL subject areas.
This workshop provides a guide with 96 lessons and activities that is a comprehensive environmental education curriculum that encompasses the total environment– land, air & water. PLT offers multidisciplinary activities that help teach science, math, art, language, P.E., Social Studies & more.
The Florida Schoolyard Wild life Project offers training and excellent resources to help you enhance your schoolyard habitat for wildlife. This workshop can teach you how to turn your school grounds into an effective outdoor classroom and incorporate Florida’s natural history into your curricula.